Rimbey library fundraiser to be held on May 24

Council will not purchase a table for the Rimbey Municipal Library Steak & Lobster/Chicken & Rib night to be held May 24.

  • May. 6, 2014 2:00 p.m.

Council will not purchase a table for the Rimbey Municipal Library Steak & Lobster/Chicken & Rib night to be held May 24.

However, councillors who wish to do so, may attend the event on an individual basis.

The dinner is to be held at the Peter Lougheed Community Centre and will feature a 50/50 draw, games of chance, a bar, and a live auction. Items to be auctioned off include a raclette dinner for six (provided by Ruth and Heini Hehli), a four-hour sail on Sylvan Lake (provided by Phil Foreman), an hour of local flying (provided by Ellery Derksen) and a log bench (provided by Jacob Snyder).

The event is to be a fundraiser for the Rimbey Municipal Library with profits going towards the building fund.

– T.M.

 

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